Andrew Harris has officially retired as a Winnipeg Blue Bomber.

Harris, who attended Oak Park High School, played as a free agent with the Bombers from 2016 to 2021. Before that, he played for the B.C. Lions for six seasons. Andrew's contract expired on Feb. 8, 2022, and he signed with the Toronto Argonauts. 

"I never would've imagined I'd play 13-14 years, have four Grey Cup rings and all of the other stats that came along with that," said Harris during a recent press conference. 

To end his career, Harris signed a one-day contract with the Bombers, which allowed him to retire in his hometown.

"It feels like I never left. Going through this process of wanting to end my career as a Bomber, it just felt like the right thing," said Harris.

A special ceremony took place on Saturday at the Met. Fans, friends, family and Bombers players, old and new, joined the festivities to celebrate the talented player. 

At that event he also premiered his documentary, Running Back Relentless, which can be seen this summer on Apple TV.

Andrew Harris will officially be honoured during halftime on June 21st when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers take on the BC Lions.